Learn more about our friendly and professional team of allied health professionals
Megan has over 20 years’ experience working with clients with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and other neurological conditions, and has leads the team of allied health professionals at ONE Rehabilitation.
Principal Occupational Therapist
Ginny has over 18 years’ experience working as an Occupational Therapist and has spent the last ten years working with people who have Acquired Brain Injuries or other neurological conditions.
Senior Occupational Therapist
Cressida has 6 years’ experience working in health, and for the past three years has worked as an Occupational Therapist helping people with Brain-acquired Injury and Neurological conditions.
Senior Occupational Therapist
Melissa has experience working both overseas and prides herself on her attention to detail, and is committed to excellence and best outcomes for her clients.
Bridie has worked as an Occupational Therapist since completing her degree in 2016. Prior to working in neurological rehabilitation, Bridie worked in the area of vocational rehabilitation.
Bernadette joined our team in 2020. She loves watching her clients progress and reach their goals and celebrating their wins no matter how big or small.
Principal Social worker
With over 20 years’ experience, Donna is passionate about supporting individuals and their families who have experienced an acquired brain injury.
Senior Social worker
With 5 years’ experience in hospital and community-based settings, Antoinette is well-equipped to support people through their neurological rehabilitation journey.
Olivia Di Mella
Olivia has a natural passion for advocacy, social justice and supporting those experiencing adversity.
Ashlee is a creative and dedicated Psychologist and draws on a broad range of evidence-based approaches to provide high quality client centred care.
principal speech pathologist
Jo has over 20 years’ experience working with people with Acquired Brain Injury across acute, rehabilitation and community settings in New Zealand, UK and Australia.
senior speech pathologist
Robyn is a highly experienced speech pathologist with over 30 years’ experience.
Senior Speech Pathologist
Claire knows that communication is a fundamental part of relationships, and relationships are key to our wellbeing.
Nicolette is passionate about working in neurological rehabilitation. She has a broad range of experience working at the SA Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit and Adelaide’s private hospitals.
clinical lead of concussion services & senior physiotherapist
Tristan has a wide range of experience from working as a generalist physiotherapist before beginning to focus on rehabilitation, and now brain injury rehabilitation.
Jess has over ten years’ experience working as a Neuro Physiotherapist. She loves to help her clients to improve their quality of life and likes to make them smile
Emmie has a passion for working with clients with all forms of neurological disorders. She loves to build rapport with her clients and help them recover from challenging situations, achieve maximal independence and quality of life.
Lucy has been working as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist for 3 years and is passionate about improving the quality of people’s lives in whatever way she can.
Julian has always been passionate about movement and neurology and likes to stay up to date with the latest science and best practice in the Neurological Physiotherapy industry.
Ella has a passion for neurological rehabilitation and prides herself on building positive relationships with her clients and their family and friends.
Allied Health Practice Manager
Currently completing her Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management, Paula has already accrued years of experience as a Practice Manager.
ALLIED HEALTH ASSISTANT
Olivia is a student at Flinders University studying a Bachelor of Speech Pathology. She is passionate about helping people and is working towards building a career where she can make a difference in the lives of those she works with.
Allied Health Assistant
Currently in her fourth year of a Speech Pathology degree at Flinders University, Michaela found herself with a keen interest in the field of stroke rehabilitation and working with neurological conditions.